Stefan George

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The 22q11.2 deletion syndrome (22qDS) is the most common microdeletion syndrome in humans. Its multisystem manifestations include congenital anomalies and neuropsychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia. Structural neuroimaging shows various abnormalities, but no postmortem brain studies exist. We report neuropathologic findings in 3 individuals from a(More)
Fifty-two sets of cortical somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs) were recorded from 23 normal children between the ages of 1 day and 13 weeks with median nerve stimulation. Two bandpass settings 5-1500 Hz and 30-3000 Hz were used; rate of stimulation was 1.1 Hz and sweep-time was 200 msec. The state of wakefulness was documented, but SEPs were obtained and(More)
Many government organizations publish a variety of data on the web to facilitate transparency. The multitude of sources has resulted in heterogeneous structures and formats as well as varying quality of such data. We report on a project dubbed <i>GovWild</i> (&lt;u&gt;Gov&lt;/u&gt;ernment &lt;u&gt;W&lt;/u&gt;eb Data &lt;u&gt;I&lt;/u&gt;ntegration for(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the effect of electrode position on the amplitude and latency of ocular vestibular evoked myogenic potentials (oVEMPs) produced by air-conducted (AC) sound with a view to optimisation of the recording paradigm. METHODS Eight otologically normal subjects (16 ears) were stimulated by 500 Hz AC tone bursts at 95 dBnHL; oVEMP traces were(More)
Knowledge bases have become ubiquitous assets in today's Web. They provide access to billions of statements about real-world entities derived from governmental, institutional, product-oriented, bibliographic, bio-chemical, and many other domain-oriented and general-purpose datasets. The sheer amount of statements that can be retrieved for a given entity(More)
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